Hexa Helix: Stakeholder Model in the Management of Floodplain of Lake Tempe
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Stakeholders mapping, Penta Helix, Flood Disaster Management, Lake Tempe

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RACHIM, A., WARELLA, Y., ASTUTI, R. S., & SUHARYANTO, S. . (2020). Hexa Helix: Stakeholder Model in the Management of Floodplain of Lake Tempe. PRIZREN SOCIAL SCIENCE JOURNAL, 4(1), 20-27. https://doi.org/10.32936/pssj.v4i1.141

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The main problem in the management of the floodplain of Lake Tempe is the weak involvement of affected communities in disaster management. The purpose of this research is to comprehensively analyze and map stakeholders in managing floodplain. The penta helix concept is used in stakeholder mapping. This research applied mixed methods, qualitative and quantitative. Data collection was done through in-depth interviews with various parties who understand the problem of research and direct observation "pre", "whilst", and "post" a disaster occured. Affected communities are found to be an important part of the disaster management stage. Affected communities, who have been the object of disaster, should be the subject of disaster management. The recommendation for the results of this research is that the concept of five stakeholders in penta helix was ​​not sufficient in disaster management. Affected communities deserve to be placed as one of the stakeholders, in addition to the government, business world, universities, NGOs, mass media. This six-stakeholder concept is called "hexa helix". 

Key words: Stakeholders Mapping, Penta Helix, Flood Disaster Management, Lake Tempe.

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